2695 Route 112
Medford, NY 11763
Phone: (631) 654-3000
Fax: (631) 654-1281
Surround yourself with an evening of symphonies, orchestras, exhibitions and more at the Brookhaven Amphitheater. With a capacity of 7,000 seats, this place is embedded in lush green lawns and trees that add to the pleasantness of the musical evenings. Events are mainly classical concerts. Apart from that, there are also many exhibitions, theatricals and cultural programs that are held here. Many popular personalities in the arts, music and social circuit have made their presence here.
See the latest releases from Hollowood in this comfortable theater. The theaters at Island 16: Cinema de Lux are equipped with digital projectors and great sound. While you're here, you can grab a bite to eat at your choice of dining options, including Chatters Bar & Grill. The theater is also a venue for private events and parties, perfect for film buffs!
The Davis Town Meeting House also known as the Lester H. Davis House was the meeting hall of the town. Dating back to 1750s, this town landmark was incorporated in the National Register of Historic Places in 2001.
Situated across the North Ocean Avenue, 89 North Music Venue is a music venue that promises cool performances and great fun. This casual music venue is out there only with the mission to allow guests to relax while enjoying live music concerts. Featuring solo performers as well as bands, it is always packed to the core and buzzing with action. The on-site bar is well-stocked and offers a great range from beers to wines. And, if you want to be all by yourself, it has neat little garden in its backyard too. 89 North Music Venue can be hired for private parties and celebrations too. For gig guide and other information, call ahead.
This theater has been standing tall and proud since 1923. Patchogue Theater was first introduced to New York as the ‘Ward and Glynne's Patchogue Theatre.' In its golden years, Patchogue attracted a lot of vaudeville and Broadway productions. Stars of the non-talkies era: Gloria Swanson, Rudolf Valentino and the legendary Barrymores have performed at this theater. In the chronological context, it witnessed the great depression; as well as a break-out of fire in its environs circa 1928. The subsequent years, were followed with a shut down, only to see the light of the day in 1992. Since then, this grandeur personified acting ground is going strong with sparkling performances as well as live Led Zeppelin acts! It's not been a bad patch at all!
Set on seven acres of wooded grassland is the pretty Gateway Playhouse, a unique, almost barn-shaped red wood-paneled theater, along with many other facilities including an outdoor swimming pool. The Gateway has been putting on top-quality productions for over sixty years now, and the caliber of the theater attracts top New York theatrical professionals from all fields. Their highly successful litany of shows includes Miss Saigon, Halloween, Oliver and The Full Monty. Call ahead, or check the website for details of upcoming productions.
Get away from the drudgery of life and forget all your worries at the McGuires Comedy Club. At this stand-up comedy club, you will surely get entertained and laugh aloud. Talented and witty comedians ensure that guests have a great time and are never bored throughout the show. Currently, it is home to the Governor's Comedy Club and each gig is well-attended. The club is also available on certain days for fund-raisers and has several packages for the same. For booking and schedule, check website.
Staller Center For The Arts is located in the Stony Brook University. In addition to organizing theatrical performances and recitals; the center also showcases dance shows conducted by the in-house dance departments. Also, the center hosts the Stony Brook Film Festival annually; wherein numerous films from all over the world are screened on the huge projection screen. The facilities are modern and apt for various performing arts. The venue accommodates around one thousand spectators at a time. Please contact for admission and box-office tickets.
Located in Port Jefferson, away from New York City, Theatre Three holds year-round performances of a variety of plays and musicals. Founded in 1969, Theatre Three makes its home in the historical Athena Hall. Past performances include Into the Woods, A Christmas Carol, and West Side Story. This theater also features cabaret shows, children's theater, and acting classes. Contact their box office or refer to their website for calendar of events, show times, and ticketing information.
The Pritchard Gymnasium was constructed in the 1960s and has a divider that can separate the gym into two venues if necessary. The gym also includes equipment to allow for baseball and softball teams to practice when the weather changes for the worse. Pritchard is primarily used for classes and personal recreation, and provides state of the art facilities for those who want to enjoy them.
Stony Brook University Arena at the Stony Brook University is a sports arena that hosts all major basket ball and other sports events. The arena opened in 1990 and hosts many leagues, championships and matches. Many of the university sporting events along with inter-college competitions and tournaments also take place here. See website for more information.
The Kenneth P. LaValle Stadium is Stony Brook University's primary stadium. The stadium holds up to 8,300 people and opened in September of 2002 after two years of construction. It hosts various field sports, including lacrosse, soccer and football. The stadium is actually named after a senator who worked for the funding of the stadium.